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banks within city limits. >>> the storm is a concern in the sierra as well. forecasters say the truckee river there could reach flood stage by tomorrow night putting the riverside homes at risk. the weather channel's chris warren has the latest from truckee. >> reporter: diane, i'm standing along the truckee river here. and it's expected not only to go to flood stage, expected to go to major flood stage by tomorrow. snow levels are going to be very high. we're talking about 3 to 4,000 feet higher than where i am right now. so what that means is that all the precipitation falling will be falling as rain. that's a problem because this time of year usually you have the snow falling and the snow stays in the mountains. it stays in the hills. instead of the rain we'll be draining down all the local streams, all the local creeks into the truckee river here. and along the way, it will bring with it some of that snow that is already falling. so you're going to be dealing with some melting snow and all of that rain from some subtropical proij source in the pacific coming in we're looking at a si
real threat of severe flooding near truckee. >>> hi-def doppler doesn't show a drop of rain on it. i'll show you when that is going to happen, because right now there is a lot of rain on it. forecast is next. you won't take my life. you won't take our future. aids affects us all. even babies. chevron is working to stop mother-to-child transmission. our employees and their families are part of the fight. and we're winning. at chevron nigeria, we haven't had a reported case in 12 years. aids is strong. aids is strong. but we are stronger. and aids... ♪ aids is going to lose. aids is going to lose. ♪ more hea people of one da >>> it might get bigger and the debris and all the trees falling down, so that's a worry. >> more heavy rain. not what the people at one daly city neighborhood need. a hillside slid when a water main broke and several streets were buried under tons of mud, and tonight residents don't want to see a repeat. >>> tonight in truckee, residents are nervously watching the waters rise. derrick shows us why they're being warned to be ready to evacuate. >> reporter: righ
along the truckee river warned to get out at a moments notice. on the northern end of the petaluma river in the next 6 hours. cbs 5 reporter anne makovec was there earlier ty and shows us some troublesoe areas. ((river nats)) ((forest par, forestville - sot6 - the r's >>> this river is coming up. it's got to go. >> we've seen a lot of sights like this around the north bay today. this bridge is still passable. you can seep the water here just flirting with the possibility of closing it down. it's not going to take much. people a aware of the flooding risk. >> i start thinking what will i do? what will i do first? i'll get up. i'll put that on, and that on. grab my coat. >> others are tired of the preachy mature worries. >> they're just waiting for a disaster to happen. >> reporter: the russian river is expected to reach 3 to 4 feet above flood stage by the end of the storm. enough to close some roads and flood some homes. fire officials say it won't cause major damage until it hits 40 feet. flood stage is at 32. >> people have seen it before. if you haven't, listen to what people telling
for the other parts of the bay area. three degrees in tahoe. tahoe that is. i almost said truckee. 28 in ukiah. there is cold numbers to the north. we'll have a sunny day. few high clouds will drift in. this will be the change in the weather tomorrow. it will give us cloudy skies and set up for rain coming in friday. and taking us into monday morning. cold this morning. it will be a sunny day but then that low kicks in. if you have travel plans and going north, it could be a little dicey by friday, saturday, and sunday. the early you go the better. stay updated with all the latest. could be a little lower up toward redding. a lot of cold air is trapped. 3-7 inches of rain is possible between the north bay and monday morning. 1-2 around here. these could change a little bit. cold this morning. very cold. high clouds to the north. chilly high temps. 40s, upper 40s fairfield, santa rosa. low 50s for some. couple near 54. increasing clouds thursday. and then rain arrives friday. we'll take it right into the weekend. >>> this morning swiss banking giant was ordered to pay $1.5 billion fine. that is
. the truckee river is expected to rise six feet this weekend. the national weather service said the river could reach flood stage by sunday morning, putting riverside homes at risk. despite all this water, downtown truckee should not be affected. for the latest power outages and the weather updates and the storm information, go to our website and we will have updates overnight. >> we have new details about the shocking murder in one of the bay area's most exclusive neighborhoods. a well-known millionaire with a checkered past. the former owner of the famed mountain winery was killed in his mansion with his wife by his side. george kiriyama is monto sereno with information. >> i did confirm that her uncle was killed this morning. neighbors there are in disbelief as this is the town's first homicide since 1972. as detectives look for a killer or killers, they confirmed her uncle was the who was killed early friday morning in his 7,000 square foot mansion. it's the first homicide in 40 years in this upscale and exclusive community. neighbors are shocked. >> it's crazy and scary. >> his niece told
. ri >>> tonight residents along the truckee river in the sierra are nervously watching the rising water. their river is expected to crest in the coming days at nearly 5 feet above flood stage. people living in low lying areas especially in truckee and along highway 89 are being warned to be ready to evacuate. and many people in the bay area are watching the skies and watching their clocks today. they know we have one r -- more hit coming elissa harrington live on how communities are getting along. >> i hope it goes away soon. i don't like it. >> reporter: we're almost there, the final storm in a series of 3 sending people stacking up sandbags prompts a flash flood watch. since wednesday, heavy rain and winds have toppled trees, snarled traffic and left thousands in the dark. the last two storms completely uprooted this 50-foot tree. and a lot more wind and rain is expected tonight so the at pg&e all hands on deck. >> healthy trees are coming down and when they come down they find the power lines well. >> reporter: pg&e crews have been working around the clock to repair downed line
mark anderson and anderso. near truckee this happened about noon on monday. there was avalanche three hours earlier but and they receive the call of around noon. right at the base of the avalanche is when the body was found at the wind had seven-feet-ups of snowfall. and it was inside with the ski area boundaries near the main lodge. >> thousands of nurses are expected to return to work today after a day of strikes. the representatives of the california representatives and would suffecenter sutter healthcare with lingering contract disputes . 6:08 christmas day, thank you for starting off your day with the kron 4 morning news. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. he doesn't have back problems. you kids have got it too good if you ask me.
. that is for as long as it snows. earlier westbound traffic was being held this afternoon in truckee due to spin outs but they finally released traffic. at least seven accidents in a truckee area this afternoon in just two hours many of them causing minor injuries. we spoke to drivers earlier who had to put on their chains but were in very good spirits this holiday. >> you're stuck in traffic here but you're enjoying it. >> yes, we don't get a lot of snow in india where we come from so it's good. >> that's right. we've never had a white christmas. i guess this is a first. celebrating it in the car though. >> it's a lot of fun. we traveled today so we could see the snow. >> now for those expecting to travel here tonight the snow is not letting up. they say it is going to be harder at times. lighter at times and it is going to be a delay. caltrans is telling people to drive very slowly and to enjoy their white christmas. reporting live from i80. claire doan, ktvu news. >>> thousands of holiday meals were served to those in need in san francisco today at glide memorial church. organizers said they fed c
.com under "see it on tv." in the sierra the truckee river is forecast to overflow it's banks near truckee and reno early tomorrow morning. a state of emergency is declared for douglas county. crews in reno are already filling sandbags this an industrial section of sparks that could be under four feet of water by 7:00 tomorrow night. the truckee river is expected to reach four feet above flood stage from highway 395 in reno through sparks. and in california the river is predicted to flood between squaw creek and the town of truckee. they warn there is potential for major damage to roads, homes and bridges by late tomorrow morning. rain in the bay area usually means snow in the sierra and some resorts plan on being open this weekend. kirkland provided these pictures showing what it looks like at the bottom of the slopes. kirkwood, heavenly and northstar all plan to be open today. idol ski lifts at sugar bowl right now. they will be closed today because of high winds. squaw valley and alpine meadows report high winds might keep them from opening today, as well. >>> this morning two men are i
for your family is posted at abc7news.com. >> in the sierra truckee width is expected to overflow the banks beginning early tomorrow morning. state of emergency has been declared for douglas county. preparations is well underway. they are filling sandbags in an industrial section of sparks that could be under four feet of water by 7:00 tomorrow night. it's expected to reach four feet above flood stage. in california the truckee river is expected to flood between squaw creek and the town of truckee there is potential for major damage. >>> rain in the bay area means snow in the sierra and ski resorts do plan on being open. kirkwood provided these pictures showing what it looks like. kirkwood, heavenly and northstar all plan to be open today. we know the lifts are idle at sugar bowl. sugar bowl will be closed because of high winds, squaw valley and alpine meadows reported high winds and that may keep them from opening today. >> a 17-year-old boy is san jose 37th hyz of the year. police suspect the murder may have been gang-related. they have not released any suspect information. >>> coming up
up for the christmas break. >> it's three degrees up there. two below in truckee. >> the rain this week will probably bring snow. >> that is a great question. a lot of people are traveling. i don't think you have to worry about snow levels too low around tahoe and truckee. freeze warning out for the north bay. frost advisory for everyone else. there is 20s and 30s. it will be a cold morning but sunny day. here is sal. >>> westbound 24 the traffic here looks pretty good between walnut creek and oakland. also the morning commute looks good on interstate 880 in oakland. now back to the desk. >>> time now 6:01. we have breaking news. we have been on this since 4:30. a body was found after a fire broke out. janine de la vega is at the scene. she's been there since 4:30. so i know you just talked to someone who may have known this person. what do you know? >> reporter: well, i'm told by relatives that a man who lives here in this apartment complex believes that the body discovered here was his son. now the coroner has yet to confirm the sex or identity of the victim but at 1:15 this
, with the usual being six. >> i think we're going to have a big year. >>> and it's already a big year at truckee's wagon truck. where owner knows how to cater to a crowd that hails from all over the map. >> i have another question, show of hands how many of you are coming up from the bay area? is anybody coming from any other place? where are you from? >> central california. >> seattle. >> utah. >> san diego. welcome, welcome. >> this weekend visitors are feeling very welcome in a town that's white with snow. >>> well businesses here in truckee like very much what they see so far. they're hoping to see more snow for the new year. reporting live in truckee, mike luery for ktvu channel 2 news. >>> highway 1 south of big sur was scheduled to reopen a few moments ago at 5:00 after a rock slide closed the scenic highway for over a week. an emergency contractor was called in after sunday's landslide to clear debris. repair a 60-foot section of the highway and stabilize the slide area. while the road is open drivers should use caution while traveling through the area because of rough pavement and lose
in truckee. now let's take a look along highway 50 in south lake tahoe. again lots of fresh new snow, but the roads are clear. maybe a little slick here. now, if you're headed to the mountains to go skiing. it's all good news. to the north, squaw valley and alpine meadows are reporting their second snowiest christmas on-record. in the past week squaw has received 70 inches of new snow. 220 inches in total so far this season. northstar has received 54 inches over the past 48 hours. to the south, heavenly also is reporting 54" of new snow just over the weekend. and finally this is a webcam view from kirkwood, which says it has received up to 84" of snow in the past week alone. >> it is expected to start snowing again. in the east bay, charles clifford, kron 4. >> catherine: this roadbed continued to continue to flooda road that keeps flooding has really frustrated a long-time resident. kron 4's justine waldman shows us the mudslide and what's being done about it. >> reporter: as soon as it started to rain victor husary knew this was going to happen. that is why he got out his cell phon
of emergency. the truckee river runs for 121 miles between california and nevada and officials say it is not a question of if but when will this river flood? along the truckee river rising water and concern. tonight the marsico family is hoping to save their home of 50 years. a rock and dirt beam may help keep the water away but today this family is moving out. >> that's important. >> reporter: carolyn has seen her home, this area flood before. >> it's a helpless feeling. there is nothing else you can do. there is nothing. so you just do what you can. >> reporter: with river water that could rise seven and a half feet with tomorrow's oncoming storm, washoe county has already declared a state of emergency. this mountain community, bracing for the worst. >> we know we're going to have flooding in some areas. there is no getting around that. >> reporter: for four days, the west has been hammered by rain, wind, and snow. in san francisco this week, flooding. in los angeles, trees and traffic have been the biggest problem. up and down the coast, surf advisories are in effect. >> it is g
. >>> the flood threat for the truckee river is over. flooding that was expected never happened because the storm turned out to be colder than predicted. there was more snow and less rain near the nevada border. snow levels dropped from 10,000 to 7,000 feet. the truckee river is now expected to crest below flood stage. >>> and wasn't it nice to see clear skies this afternoon? >> what a quick recore -- recovery. we went from the insanity of 7:00 or 8:00 this morning to nice and calm. that's why we live here. northern california weather is often very sunny. we had it and we are mainly clear outside. here is a look at south bay. the santa clara bay valley. and another view, the bay bridge from on top of our building here, cbs 5. it is a nice evening outside. oakland sitting at 60. livermore 56. no rain in san jose, 58 in santa rosa down to 53. here is where we are going tonight. dropping down to the 40s. fairfield 46. concord 46. redwood city and fremont 47. san francisco dropping down to 51 degrees. this is what i wanted to show you for about five days but haven't had the chance. cbs 5 high def dop
a very clear sky. you can go ahead and deploy the temperature sensors. look at the totals through truckee. right now it is 5 degrees through this 10:00 hour on truckee. they are on track to reach an overnight low of nine below. back here in the bay area, we have temperatures into the 30s to 40s. livermore right now 38. nevato 37. first thing tomorrow morning. patchy frog especially in the inland valleys. coolest locations in the upper 20s, so definitely want to bundle up early monday morning. san francisco right about 40 and mountain view 36 degrees. already thinking about the new year's plans we can see for tomorrow here's our calendar as we do wrap december as we do wrap up the year. monday 8:00 partly cloudy skies. here we are monday 8:00 p.m. it'll be on the cold side. here is the projected numbers across the bay area. by 8:00 already back down into the 40s. we'll take this into the mid- night hours as we say hello to 2013 and you definitely want to bundle up during this time period. 38 in santa rosa, 39 napa and san francisco 45 degrees. but you can leave the umbrellas at home. leave
right here in downtown truckee will not flood. it's not expected to flood, but that doesn't mean it won't overflow. here in the county, a state of emergency has been issued. this is the third punch in a series of storms that have hammered the west. we have seen rain, wind and snow. but the big concern, not just here in truckee, but all across the state is localized flooding. it straddles between california and nevada. it runs 121 miles long. there's a lot of area they are concerned about. it may reach above flood stage. so they may be in a dicey situation later on this afternoon. we have had a steady downpour for the last ten hours. this is the third system to move in. they expect to see the rains until 3:00 this afternoon. eastern time. so it's going to be a dicey situation for the next several hours. >> you know what, for those skiing enthusiasts, this has to be reeking havoc. it's just a big mess all around. thank you, miguel. >>> west coast headlines are next with the new trend of boom rang home buyers. >>> and should the president nominate susan rice as secretary of state? >>> plus
to interstate 80. this is near the truckee scales where the snow has been falling up a night. up to 16 inches of snow is expected to fall at higher elevations from this storm. the mountains already have a pretty big snow pack so far this year. good news for the ski resorts. remember you can always check the weather where you live including a look at the live radar. just go to ktvu.com our website and click on the weather tab. >>> our time 5:09. shedding light on benghazi. what will happen today that could explain a lot about what happened during that deadly attack on the osteogens lat in libya. >>> you probably know parking in san francisco any tourously expensive. but there is a way to save money. >>> westbound highway 4 this traffic looks good but it's wet all over the bay area. we'll be back with more traffic and weather. every time someone chooses finish over cascade, it sparks a movement. because people can't keep it to themselves. look ! no ugly spots ! awesome! incredible shine. i'm switching for good. love, love, love finish! over a million people have switched to finish. visit us on
. to the east colder temperatures turned heavy rain into snow, saving the mountain town of truckee from the predicted flooding. california's wine country had also braced for the worst. >> the water was coming very fast and furious but the cole vert system that we've created was able to take that extra water and get it safely through town with jill techel says her town has spent more than $250 million over 20 years to protect the flood-prone city. for this storm it worked. >> that whole area of town would have been closed. we would have had to evacuate everyone out. >> but down the road in sonoma. >> here's all the water and i can't believe, where is it all coming from. >> matt's restaurant is still in danger. >> the location which am is where a river runs through continuation literally and i am owe an a little island. >> reporter: the rising water overwhelm the nearby creek sending water into the street outside but by midday the sun poked through the clouds as the system moved through faster than expected. >> we're not out of the woods yet but we dodged a bullet. >> reporter: according
on to www.ktvu.com. >>> crews continue to search for a man who fell into the truckee river. he fell in about 5:45 p.m. he was swinging from tree branches despite the cold and the snow. the man lived near the river. the river was close to flood levels yesterday after the heavy rains. >>> new tool that could help predict big storms like the one just pounded the bay area over the weekend. ktvu's david stevenson is live in san francisco where a conference was held to show off the new technology. >> reporter: scientists told us they are getting better at predicting the big storms and at warning people about the damage they bring. >> reporter: this is what it looked like and sounded like on the ground. and this is what it looked like from above as water vapor and strong winds came this weekend. >> hitting the west coast, transporting 10 times the amount of water the mississippi river transports into the gulf of mexico. >> this is the largest gathering of scientists in the world. we cover all aspects of earth and space science. oceans, atmospheres, the solid earth. climate. >> reporter: four new ob
, experimental and privatization, and truckee meters -- a tricky meters were his trademarks. >> are their roles for improvisation? >> you bet your life there are. and the rules for jazz would just scare you to death. they are so strict who is fearful. just break one of the roles and you will never end up in a jam session with the same guys again, believe me. >> he actively fought racism at home and abroad. "time" put him on their cover in 1954. he was sent abroad on goodwill missions during the cold war. his music touched millions. >> my first jazz concert in honolulu, hawaii in 1971, and it was a dave brubeck concert. [applause] and i have been a jazz fan ever since. >> dave brubeck was raised on a ranch. his mother was a teacher. the radio was banned. if you want to listen to music, she said, make your own. he did it as a composer, a bandleader, and a truly great pianist. his love of jazz came from his love of rhythm, which he said came from the heart. adding, it is the first and last thing that we get to hear, the sound of life. >> will put on the life of dave brubeck, who died today at the
are low 50s. everyone else in the 40s. 29 in tahoe. they were 1. truckee was did boo low. redding 41. ukiah is 4. a lot of people head up the 5 and go up to redding an weaverville. there will be extremely low snow levels up there. just so you know, it could be really dicey on the snow levels, especially late thursday into friday. for the severe nevada, the levels will be slow and then they will go up to 4,000, 4500 feet. there is a lot going on from vancouver, seattle to portland and then starting to move up into extreme northern california. this will be a series of very strong systems. in fact the low responsible for it is beginning to drop down. it will park it here and start to tend in three systems. the first one will be late thursday into late friday. probably a steady rain on saturday and then -- steady and then moderate to heavy rain on sunday. so with the rain and snow combinations -- these could change. this will be a five-day total. five-day total. north bay, 3 to 6 inches. there could be 7 to 9 the farther north you go. these conupdated forecast. higher clouds to the north
-year- old steve anderson of a small town near truckee. the search dog found anderson under two to three feet of snow. >> his friends, the other friends that were going to be in our group were looking for them. but they did not find them. >> reporter: and officials at alpine meadows say that veteran ski patrols died in an avalanche during the snow safety mission yesterday. an explosive used to start avalanches broke a slide much higher and wider than expected. even though foster was under the snow for less than 10 minutes, he died later at a reno hospital. >>> you can track the storm any time with our live high-def doppler radar on our website, cbssf.com/weather. >>> storm warnings are in place tonight for much of the nation's mid-section. the national weather service says that some parts of upstate new york and pennsylvania could see up to two feet of snow creating whiteout conditions. forecasters are warning states by the gulf to brace for a tornado. the severe weather is complicating travel plans for people trying to get to their homes for the holidays. they canceled flights out of da
was intentionally set with explosives -- but it broke. a 49-year-old from truckee also died. >>> a stretch of highway 1 south of big sur remains closed after rock slides from the weekend. these are pictures from caltrans the slide happened sunday afternoon crews are working to clear the debris and repair a 60 foot section of damaged road. here's the specific stretch of road closed no word on when it going to reopen, officials hope to have one lane open later in the week. >>> weather in the midwest and deep south was severe and turned deadly, power outages, flights cancelled, dozens of tornadoes turned down in several states. katie marzullo is here with dramatic images. >> reporter: this is mobile, alabama, you can see what looks like a large funnel cloud. the number has not been verified, 34 apparent tornadoes were reported when severe weather hit the south yesterday that has claimed at least six lives. it was a christmas to remember for all the wrong reasons. >> oh my god that's a tornado. look at that tornado! >> reporter: that was alabama several more of terrifying twisters touched down
's snowing in tahoe. truckee, light snow reports. but we do have a winter storm warning up that will be measuring snow in feet. snowboarder asks skiers from our south beach camera. clouds are there. i want to show what it looked like now. the front is weakening and falling. sheer where it's raining. we have radar tracking light showers around around canyon. not a lot happening there. there is rainfall around fremont boulevard, mission boulevard. down street level here. looking at santa cruz county we do have light rainfall. san jose starting to pick up light returns. santa clara, burbank, you can see light moisture in the air. chain controls and snow also letting up a bit. temperatures into 50s. 46 degrees in fairfield. rainfall has varied quite a bit. periods of rain tonight. heavy with isolated thunder possibilities. so this is a front stalling out over the bay area. six inches of rain in sonoma county. the behind thei.y have waves of cold, unstable air coming through that will result in more rain. computer animation will show you when you'll see that. so just scattered s
between twin bridges and meyers also on the 80 between baxter and truckee. chains if you are heading to the snow. >>> emergency officials are keeping a close eye on the levees lining up flooded peninsula creek. waters chased hundreds out of their homes and threatens to overwhelm those levees. >> reporter: take a look at the creek, it runs along the border of menlo park and east palo alto, still flowing rapidly. nothing compared to what it was like last night. last night 100 people were evacuated the water surged the emergency calls went out, emergency crews drove down the street telling people it was time to get out. there was flooding, not too bad. we talked to a woman about it. >> i looked out the window and i seen the lights flashing. i look and it is just flooded. i was
. a 49-year-old from truckee also died. >>> a stretch of highway 1 south of big sur remains closed after rock slides from the weekend. these are pictures from caltrans the slide happened sunday afternoon crews are working to clear the debris and repair a 60 foot section of damaged road. here's the specific stretch of road closed no word on when it going to reopen, officials hope to have one lane open later in the week. >>> weather in the midwest and deep south was severe and turned deadly, power outages, flights cancelled, dozens of tornadoes turned down in several states. katie marzullo is here with dramatic images. >> reporter: this is mobile, alabama, you can see what looks like a large funnel cloud. the number has not been verified, 34 apparent tornadoes were reported when severe weather hit the south yesterday that has claimed at least six lives. it was a christmas to remember for all the wrong reasons. >> oh my god that's a tornado. look at that tornado! >> reporter: that was alabama several more of terrifying twisters touched down in texas before moving to wreak havoc in louisiana
of the roadways but once you get to places like downtown truckee it's worth it. quite picturesque out there as all this snow comes down it's starting to look like christmas. skiers and riders are excited. they say mother nature came in the form of santa this year bringing out all this snow ahead of the holidays. i'm neda iranpour here at blue canyon for cbs 5. >> how cute is neda and how cold is neda right now [ laughter ] >> very cold. >> both of those are pretty high. >> no kidding. >> skiers love it. it will take you three times as long to get to tahoe, but this is an early gift from mother nature wrapped up in time for christmas. we have rain here and snow in the sierra. new showers along the 880 and 680 corridor, fremont, milpitas all the way up almost to pleasanton now picking up showers. and palo alto is about to get wet, as well. toward the radar site mount vaca, vacaville, winters east towards sacramento and south toward vallejo along the i-80 corridor we are getting some rain. we are getting a break where we need it, marin county. your urban small stream and flood advisory expired. here'
truckee. take a look,, leave your wipers up and a greattrick... a couple of additional inches expected to.we do have some rainfall in the bay area and in and around a san francisco and of the north bay. as for take a look at a sommersville, the pockets of yellow showing heavier rainfall. the self gavthe south, lithis is towards morgan hill, with this allied intermountain. the futurecast shows that as we go for the morning hours, intermittent. we will see steady, widespread rainfall for the morning tomorrow. it will become heavy as we get into later morning hours by 10:00 a.m., a 11:00 a.m., moderate/heavy at times. you will see that we could see noon, the back edge of that storm. improvements, as it sweeps through. i think that by 4:00 most of the rainfall is it done. we could see some thunderstorms with small hail as we see some unstable air maiand as far as how much rainfall we could expect? there could be three-inches with bursts through the hills in the santa cruz mountains. here is a look your kron 4 7 day around the bay with going forward we will notice that at least one troy day fo
would agree to that. anywhere else it's cold. four below up in tahoe. three in truckee. 28 ukiah. sacramento 38 degrees. 39 redding. a little ban of high clouds went by no big deal. the system will split. when that happens low is going down the coast. probably a little bit of an active pattern for southern california. i think jan we are looking pretty nice here. a little breeze out in the valley as well. mostly sunny a cold morning. breezy. i know santa rosa, fairfield, out toward vacaville had a little breeze out of the northwest. 50s on the temps. for those heading out tonight behave yourself. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. partly cloudy tuesday. a little system dropping down. no biggy. wednesday and thursday look good. friday increasing clouds. no consensus on the weekend. brian. >>> steve, thank you. comedian cat williams is out on bail after being arrested in los angeles on friday. police took williams into custody after charges of -- williams has had several run ins with the law in the past few months including a fight here in oakland. >>> kim kardashian is trending this
hipothermia, severe frostbite but very much align, anna was flown to a hospital in truckee. >> i was in no kind of pain. i had no idea what was happening around me at that point because i was just exstatic to be out of there. they felt my legs and they asked me if i could feel them feeling my legs and i had no feeling to my legs. it was the first shock i had. >> this is truly a miracle. she doesn't feel that it's such an unusual thing. she just ate snow and figured she would be rescued at some point. >> just thank god that miracles really do happen. >> with her overjoyed family around her anna was interviewed by ktvu's rita williams. >> i can move a little bit fortunately but not much. so i was having to live with yourself for a while. >> reporter: we hear that you were real close to being found yesterday. can you tell us something about that. >> well i guess it was friday they heard my -- they were coming through and they yelled my name and i answered them but either they couldn't hear me or they couldn't get through because of the problems with the avalanche. that's the only ot
to the heart of the popular culture. densely quarter derangements, experimental and privatization, and truckee meters -- a tricky meters were his trademarks. >> are their roles for improvisation? >> you bet your life there are. and the rules for jazz would just scare you to death. they are so strict who is fearful. just break one of the roles and you will never end up in a jam session with the same guys again, believe me. >> he actively fought racism at home and abroad. "time" put him on their cover in 1954. he was sent abroad on goodwill missions during the cold war. his music touched millions. >> my first jazz concert in honolulu, hawaii in 1971, and it was a dave brubeck concert. [applause] and i have been a jazz fan ever since. >> dave brubeck was raised on a ranch. his mother was a teacher. the radio was banned. if you want to listen to music, she said, make your own. he did it as a composer, a bandleader, and a truly great pianist. his love of jazz came from his love of rhythm, which he said came from the heart. adding, it is the first and last thing that we get to hear, the sound of lif
weather photos at ureport. >> another flood warning in the sierra. the truckee river is expected to overflow its banks tomorrow morning. a state of emergency has been declared for douglas county. preparations are underway. crews in reno are filling sanbags and an area of sparks that could be under four feet of water by 7:00 tomorrow night. on the california side, the truckee river is predicted to flood between squawk creek. >> the flood watch continues all week. we'll have live reports tomorrow morning at 5:00 a.m. with the abc-7 sunday morning news. and you can track the rain at any time at our web site. >> a fire has destroyed an historic structure at the san francisco zoo. the fire broke out this afternoon in the flier -- fleishhacker pool house. >> upon arrival i went into defensive operations right away. the abandoned building, no reason for life hazard so the risk was too great for the building at this point. >> one firefighter was evaluated for smoke inhalation. no one else was injured. the cause of the fire is under investigation. the building known for its striking inter
. >> the national weather service lifted all flood warnings for the truckee river. >> this is what it looked like on interstate 80 in truckee. slow go for big rigs. the roads were slick and lot of snow on the banks. the storms will bring 7 feet of new snow. >>> a driver today learned a hard lesson about driving through standing water. he was traveling this morning when his car became partially submerged. look. he was on the road because he was trying to avoid a large accident on highway 24. he was stuck for a while before climbing out through the window. >> i couldn't tell it was flooded. we drove in and my car died. don't underestimate puddles. they could be deeper than they look. >> no one was hurt. just a little wet, though. >>> the wet weather system led to swollen rivers and creeks all over the bay area. this was this morning. you can see the water rushing under a commercial building. in danville, residents found a huge mess on their street. they shoveled out the branches and mud and all the water it collected. send us your pictures, post them on facebook or tweet them. >>> a hit hit-and-run
for the city of truckee in placer county. the storm was colder than the one to hit the bay area bringing more snow than rain to the truckee river area. the river levels are expected to begin receding in less than half an hour. also in placer county there was flooding in the city of roseville. but it could have been much worse. the flooding was restricted to a few streets. one young man decided to have some fun on his scooter despite the thigh high water. as in the case in napa, city officials credit fbi -- officials with keeping the water back. >>> shortly before 5:00 the winds pushed the big rig over on its side on the richmond san rafael bridge. a tow truck pulled the rig back upright. tonight the chp says the driver ignored the high wind warnings and drove at excessive speeds. the driver was not injured. there was another traffic has swrerdz. another traffic hazard. there was actually a line of cars on the road side. 25 cars were waiting to get fixed. the storm wach continues here on abc7 news. we will have updates at 4:30 a.m. you can track the rain anytime with doppler 7hd at abc7news.co
. thomas roman, abc7 news. >>> a flood warning for the city of truckee in placer county. the storm was colder than the one to hit the bay area bringing more snow than rain to the truckee river area. the river levels are expected to begin receding in less than half an hour. also in placer county there was flooding in the city of roseville. but it could have been much worse. the flooding was restricted to a few streets. one young man decided to have some fun on his scooter despite the thigh high water. as in the case in napa, city officials credit fbi -- officials with keeping the water back. >>> shortly before 5:00 the winds pushed the big rig over on its side on the richmond san rafael bridge. a tow truck pulled the rig back upright. tonight the chp says the driver ignored the high wind warnings and drove at excessive speeds. the driver was not injured. there was another traffic has swrerdz. another traffic hazard. there was actually a line of cars on the road side. 25 cars were waiting to get fixed. the storm wach continues here on abc7 news. we will have updates at 4:30 a.m. you
. temperatures there, 18 in truckee, 24 in tahoe valley airlift. going to 47 today. only opportunity for snow perhaps on wednesday when we see a few snow showers. it's, nice and sunny downtown one of the warmer locations. approaching 50 degrees and fog really didn't materialize around sfo. live doppler, and from last weekend. we are looking at clear conditions and low cloudiness but otherwise nice and quiet. nora ja to and napa, less than a quarter of a mile around the delta and looking at improvements in the concord area with a mile and a half. so elsewhere from sfo southward we do have clouds around santa cruz but sunshine around mountain view. we're going to see a pretty mild afternoon although right now pretty cool from mid 30s from napa to santa rosa. 45 in san jose and 39 in livermore valley. the fog moving in the delta allowing for the reduced visibility. and afternoons will feature mild and sunny conditions. we get to tuesday, it will be cooler and system comes down from the north instead of the pacific. it will be a colder snow but a lot of moisture. between now and then, big ridge o
than we had two weeks ago, three weeks ago. we're getting light rain. last check i saw truckee had rain and snow. it's a straight what we call west to east direction. it's kind of a warm sector over us. it's giving us plenty of light rain. just heard from khloe up in clearlake. 44 clear. very windy. windshield putting it down around 45. but it's a sign of things to come. there are signs of san pablo bay. hidden brook. all the way out to fairfield. even vacaville. a little out to the east bay. a lot of these cells are just not being picked up by radar. the beam goes right over. closer to the sight santa cruz mountains you can pick that up. 50s on the temps. really because of that southeast wind but everything says this will be the warmest day of the week. 49 ukiah. 46 tahoe. last week we saw single digits. that is not the case here this morning. this will continue for the morning hours and then we'll get a break when i draw your attention to really cold air. 50s on the temps or low 60s. a lot of the highs will be set very early. i think before noon. colder or windy on tuesday. really col
out for travel delays. here's sue. >>> we hope to have a live shot of truckee through the sierra we'll try to get that for you. chain requirements, there it is, snow on the roads, lots of snow on the sides trying to plow that, big rig going through now, chains required from gold run to the nevada border both directions of highway 80 up and over the sierra. san rafael light from novato past civic center into central san rafael southbound 101 no problems. bart, muni, caltrain all mass transit back to regular schedule, everybody is on time. >>> 5:26. >> you don't have to ditch your christmas tree today but the city of sp wants to make san francisco wants to make sure when the time combs you try-cycle. -- from -- >>> a team of more than 100 volunteers will start at dawn until dusk peering through their binoculars to count birds that spend winters in san francisco, last year observers counted 176 different species more than 60,000 individual birds. >>> this year's san jose state football team son the road after their fantastic 10-2 season, spartans take on bowling green in washington, d.
skiing and snowboarding. here's truckee. you can see the snow piled on the median on the side. snow-covered trees. they're getting more snow. we'u how much. >> welcome back. stormy weather caused a tree bro fall on a san francisco gas station and the awning to fall down too. this is on 17th. happened over the weekend at thn . luckily nobody was hurt. but we did have that rough weather over the weekend. then we got a break. here we are in to christmas day i things look okay. i know they're going to change yet again. hi, there, annie. >> good morning, darya. it was a short-lived break as ed and we're tracking now another storm that's going to come of santa rosa this morning on our storm tracker 4. let's zoom on in to light rain being reported for santa rosa, crossing highway 101 there. everywhere else right now looking at cloudy conditions. that rain will make its way through the entire bay area. it's a pretty big system, small cold front. it's dropping snow north of us in to the shasta county mountains. also under a winter storm warning through today and tomorrow. even powder is exp
levels -- truckee river and the russian river in guerneville, flooding on potentially big scale. guerneville, it's going fake up to two days to leach the coast. two days ahead of us. pg&e the utility is saying 54,000 customers without power and there was one power pole in san francisco that got smacked in two by the force of gail winds. with the weather now and all the rain has dissipated it hasn't stopped the football. we have the raiders against the cleveland browns. back to you. >> heather: thank you very much. >> gregg: as he mentioned, storm is expected to be the last of really big storms hitting the area this weekend. that does not mean folks here are out of the woods as of yet. maria molina is in the weather center. >> good to see you. we're expecting more. another storm system to arrive next week on tuesday. we have to deal with the weather going on this weekend and next week expect another one. it's been ongoing the entire this week. we've been seeing storms dumping heavy rain, heavy mountain snow and producing strong rains. we do have wind advisories across portions of
and truckee. look for cold conditions, breezy and then after that, a low drops in right off the coast. it will start to dig and set up what looks to be i think three systems. some early projections between thursday and sunday. heavier rain will come in saturday. but 3 to 5 inches north bay. 1 to 2 around the bay. 2 to 4 the santa cruz mountains. windy and cold today. windy hills along the coast. mostly sunny. partly cloudies or a few showers to the north but low 50s for many inland areas, slight warmup near the coast and bay. i think 51 to 54 covers it for everybody. very cold. freeze warnings, north bay, frost advisories. clouds and late rain thursday in the north bay for everybody and then a series of systems coming through with the strongest one on sunday. tori and dave. >> that's a lot of rain there. >>> apparently not everyone this holiday season is going high tech. bay area stores report they are selling more christmas cards this year. that may not mean fewer e cards but -- e cards but the buyers say they like the idea of a more personal connection. >> i've been getting a lot of
california. they are sandbagging, preparing for more rain. the truckee river will likely crest and flood by tomorrow. some of the heaviest flooding they've seen in more than a decade. finally, it's not just northern california and the pacific northwest. it's southern california that feels the high surf. so, some surfers probably very happy. but could be dangerous. but it's something to note if you're planning to go to the beach in southern california. let's look at what we expect for more rainfall coming up. tonight into early tomorrow, that's when the next bulk of it hits. you'll have four to eight inches in that red area. redding, you're included. sacramento, just on the outside of it. the wind speeds will gust easily to 40-mile-per-hour-plus. 60 to 80 in any of the red area. and finally, high surf going to be an issue, all the way through the weekend. i'll have so much more coming up in your nation's weather. including, the end to hurricane season that's not ending, if you can believe it or not. dan? >> a nervous night in the northwest. ginger, thank you. >>> let's check the other hea
to the weather channel's chris warren. he is in truckee, california. chris, how bad is it expected to get out there? >> well, from what we understand, it's going to get to major flood stage. this is the truckee river right here. it is below any kind of flood stage right now. but what residents tell me, what they're expecting based on the forecast of major flooding by tomorrow, you see that rock over here in the middle of the river. they're expecting the river to be over that rock. >> wow. >> by tomorrow when it does flood. to give you a perspective of where we are in relation to that and the reason why so many people are getting ready, and it is possible. it's not a guarantee that we're going to have significant damage. but they're saying, the forecast is saying for possible minor damage to some of the homes. this is pretty close. you have people out here with sandbags. they have a bobcat. they're shoring up the side a little bit. so they are expecting it to get high there is a wild card with the flooding here. and that is if you see propane tanks or piles of wood that they have stockpiled fo
a monstrous number of feet, 49 feet. that must have been something. >>> and the flood threat for the truckee river in california, nevada, is over, as well. the storm turned out to be colder than expected turning a lot of the rain to snow and dropping snow levels down to 7,000 feet. truckee river is now expected to crest below flood stage. >>> the good news is i think we are getting a break from all this weather. >> yeah. no rain today. we are going to get some showers during the week but nothing like over the weekend. >> no. i mean, those were amazing totals we saw from the storms, almost 16" in some of the mountains around the bay area. you can see why all the rivers are full. but the good news is they are going to stay within their banks. right now a much-needed break outside. still a lot of clouds out there. it's chilly in spots, too, down to 39 degrees right now in santa rosa. 45 in san jose. 49 in san francisco and 42 degrees in concord. here's the storm sweeping through yesterday. what a storm it was. some of the gusts there 50 and 60 miles per hour. not to mention all that rain. but n
conditions in the sierra. joining us on the phone is officer pete mann, from the truckee chp office. right now -- we're looking at video from i-80 at donner summit -- roads very snowy. >> caller: yes, we have had one heck of a storm of but it has been nice. with 6 in. reported in the office and much more on tap. the roads are going to be slow >> pam: is caltran having difficulty keeping up with the snowfall? >> i think that caltran is doing a great job. they have their full staff and a seasonal workers with extra patrols to help mitigate traffic. >> pam: it is unlikely a snowy weekend if you recall the couple were traveling in the sierras and got st uck.l what is your advice for travelers? >> any time you are going to travel, it is the time when you want to take extra precautions. bring extra water, clothing, blankets. you never know how long the drive is going to be. sometimes, 16 hours to get to truckee. with that being said, a dress appropriately. >> pam: officer, thank-you. >> can the 49ers beat seattle sunday night and clinch the division title? hear what coach harbaugh and the player
flood along the truckee river. it'll crest four feet above flood stage tomorrow morning, homeowners who live along the river are bracing for possible property damage. >> the water just comes in and you can't predictt. you don't know where it'll end up. these are my friends and neighbors, i'm very worried. >> it's not just rising water people are worried about. uprooted trees from soggy soil may also become a problem. they fall in to the rivers, speed downstream and cause log jams that divert the water. >> if you are sick of the wet weather not over yet. rosemary watching this next storm and i know we were soaked in that yesterday. >> completely. it was very breezy out there yesterday. the breeze will continue this morning, gusty conditions over some of the hills, mount diablo reporting 50-mile an hour gusts, from 15 to 25 so you may feel that, hear that blowing outside your window as we get out early. make sure you bundle up. we still have scattered showers in the forecast. you can see very widespread at this hour. if we head to the north bay we are looking at just a break here, san
morning. the national weather service said that kept the truckee river from flooding into homes. >> you live on a river, bad things can happen. i was being alert. >> reporter: but 2 1/2 hours south along the napa river people are still keeping a close eye on water levels. >> you never know with this river. it's iffy. you think it will go over and it won't then you don't and i want goes over. take as much precaution as you can. >> reporter: heavy rain fell at the oakland coliseum. forcing crews to sweep water offer the field before the raiders football game against cleveland. the wet weather and fog in northern california caused delays here at the los angeles international airport where travellers trying to get back to the san francisco area. this is a seventh grade english teacher trying to get back home but her flight to san francisco was delayed by an hour and a half. >> i have a stack of papers to grade and it's not getting any shorter while i'm here. >> reporter: the skies are clearing. forecasters expect a much drier start to the work week. >>> overseas rescue workers this morning
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